Here we continue predictions for detection of new neutral and charged particles in a model which contains both supersymmetry and new non-supersymmetric particles from an extended Higgs sector [1-3]. The lowest energy of the new particles, which also have an R-parity of -1 , is an ideal dark matter WIMP with a mass $\leq$ 125 GeV/c$^2$ . All the new non-susy particles couple to standard model particles via the Higgs , with a strength that is comparable to that of mixed higgsino-bino neutralinos . They are therefore viable candidates for observation in direct, indirect, and collider detection. In particular, it would be interesting (if possible) to extend the collider search for real Higgs $\rightarrow$ pair of WIMPS (with a limit of 60 GeV for the possible WIMP mass) to analyses based on virtual Higgs $\rightarrow$ WIMP pair (to explore the range up to 125 GeV for the WIMP proposed here and in Refs. 1-3). With dark matter explained by the present non-susy candidate, the tension between the LHC limits and natural susy models  is relieved. In addition, there is a plethora of new predicted neutral and charged particles, as well as the well-known superpartners.
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